Photo #4 - (6weeks) - November 2007 - Marble Bristle-nose (a...

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Country: Australia
Description: Glass Tank (3ft) FluvalOne Filtration, MicroCurrentSystem, JEBO Air Pump 9902- 4 Separate Lighting Modes- High Fish/Plant Growth Bar (3ft) Base Daylight Bar (2ft), Colour Enhancement Bar (Blue-1ft), Dusk Bulb, + Heating System
Advice: "work out what you like and form a theme throughout your aquatic creation"
Fish Kept: Marble Bristle-Nose (Ancistrus sp.) Breeding pair, Spotted Medusa Bristle-Nose (Ancistrus sp. l255) x2, Albino Tiger Barb (Puntius tetrazona) x5, Red Minor Serpae Tetra (Hyphessobrycon eques) x4, Sailfin Pleco (L-83 Glyptoperichthys gibbiceps), Clown Loach (Botia macracantha), Black Kuhlii Loach (Pangio sp.), Bolivian Ram (Microgeophagus altispinosa), Juvenile Demasoni Cichlid (Pseudotropheus demasoni), Elegans Cory Cat (Corydoras elegans) x2,
Corals/Plants: *Coming Soon
Tank Size: 120 gallons

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The best thing to do with a VW is turn it into a fish tank Hahahaha. Where does the VW theme fit into the aquatic creation? I might start a HSV themed tank......dunno why tho. You deserve credit for originality tho. fish avatar
I like the VW in the back it actually incorporates really well fish avatar

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